TEENS REACT TO IISUPERWOMANII (BONUS # 99)

♪ (punk rock music) ♪ (Superwoman) Texting is my favorite form of communication It is my life, yes

Judge me I love her, but I'm paying so much more attention to her T-shirt than what she is saying, 'cause I also love Dragon Ball Z (Superwoman) I'm hood Hood Hood

I can't stand people like that, when they cannot text correctly I send the F-word sometimes But it never ever just goes with it It always says "duck" I'm like, "Grr! No!" (Superwoman) Like, "Hey, how's it going?" And the reply's, "Hey! Oh my god! I'm good! How are you?" I text a lot of people like that

And I feel like the best thing to do when you're texting someone like that is to respond with equal excitement Like, "Hey! I've been good! How about you?!" – (Superwoman) One love, Superwoman – And that's a wra– I can't talk Zoop! ♪ (drum solo) ♪ (Finebros) So she calls her YouTube channel "Superwoman" Yeah, she's not Superwoman

Superwoman is white and blonde (Finebros) Why do you think she stands out? There's a lot of people on YouTube, but she's now becoming one of the most popular channels on the whole site I mean, I think that's– I mean, it's so hard to gauge what works on YouTube and what doesn't The most popular vlog channels are the people who don't really, like, talk to a camera but rather talk to a friend She just has this sort of connection with the audience

She does those rants that are relatable, but she also does skits that are relatable too If I knew about that when I failed my last math test, that'd be wonderful But I didn't and I got grounded (Finebros) And a lot of people say about YouTubers like Lilly that they are very relatable, and you feel like you're their friend when you watch their content Do you feel that way when you watch videos like this? That's not the types of feelings I get when I watch YouTube

Yeah, for sure Yeah, for sure Yeah, she seems like she'd be really cool to hang out with Yeah It feels like I'm just scrolling through her Tumblr

It's such a weird feeling It's like when you read a book, and you become so attached to a character that you don't even want to leave that world Like, that sounds really creepy When something happens in their life, I feel like I'm happy for them, because we have such a close relationship at the point But in reality, it's just a person on the Internet who I've never even met, and they most likely won't even ever seen my comments

Sad life You just sort of feel like you know a lot about them, sometimes even more than you know a lot about people who are in your life Like, I probably know a lot more about Dan Howell than I do that one kid in the back of my class who I haven't spoken with (regretfully) That sounds really bad out loud (Finebros) So Lilly's heritage is Indian

Do you know any other Indian celebrities? Oh my god Hold on Hold on I'm thinking (snickers) No

Is the dude from Harold & Kumar Indian? – (Finebros) Yes – Okay, Kal Penn Aziz Ansari from Parks and Recreation Mindy Kaling Is that how you pronounce it? Yes! Okay

Yeah, I know a good amount, actually I mean, like, Bollywood is full of them Amitabh Bachchan Salman Khan He's, like, my hero bro

Like, that's what got me into lifting weights I mean, yeah, definitely The whole culture, I know all about it Like, I relate it a lot, even though they're Indian Our values, culture– like, they're pretty aligned

And I can relate to almost everything they talk about (Finebros) Well, one of the things that Lilly talks about of her passion for what she does is wanting to represent her culture, because there's very few entertainment comedians that are of her heritage What do you think about that aspect that that is something that drives her? I think really it just broadens your horizon It makes you realize how big the world is and how many possibilities everybody has, not just the stereotypical 20-year-old middle class male heterosexual white guy If your culture doesn't have that opportunity and a lot of things but then someone's representing your culture in a good way, then that's something to feel accomplished about

There hasn't been this sort of expansion beyond the stereotype casting of different races in show business And I think it's really cool that she wants to break the mold, because obviously she isn't a stereotype, 'cause she's herself there Yeah, even in general, I think in that culture, most women are, I would say, suppressed in general Like, they have a certain role And comedy on this type of scale and on YouTube isn't really expected out of them

Everyone can see that, and the stereotype kinda breaks down (Finebros) So when you watch Lilly's videos and the different types of stuff that she makes, – does it make you want to watch more? – Not really Oh, you're cool Keep doing what you're doing I'ma go do my thing

Yes! Yes! Yes I am definitely going to subscribe when I get home I love being on the show, because I get to see so many YouTubers that I don't even know Which I'm gonna definitely check her out – Oh yes

– Yeah Oh my god I would watch her 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year She's freakin' gorgeous ♪ (upbeat theme music) ♪

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